Anawangin Cove is located in San Antonio, Zambales. An undeveloped paradise tucked into the Zambales mountains, some five kms away from Capones Island in San Antonio, Anawangin beach is a popular camping site among outdoor and mountaineering groups. The unusual presence of pine trees on the beach instead of the expected palm trees makes the place a photographer's choice. Its cascading yet refreshi ...
ng crystal clear stream outlined by tall pine trees provides a respite to the intrepid traveler. Its near white sand courtesy of Mt. Pinatubo is a setting for a wonderful playground for beach lovers.
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Featured here is the Province of Zambales in San Antonio, featured in this video is the Coves of Nagsasa, and Anawangin, also the Island of Capones. Enjoy the vid, and I hope you give a thumbs up for this!
I spent ten days backpacking around five different destinations in Luzon, Philippines on a tight budget. It's cheap. Really, really, cheap! And each trip gave me a new, exciting feel. Fueled by a few wonderful secret stories kept in my jar of travel memories, my wanderlust definitely doesn't stop here.
Normally, I spend around 15,000 to 30,000 Philippines pesos (US$300-$600) good for three to five days only on domestic trips. You may think that's fairly reasonable. Maybe if in other countries, but here in the Philippines you can spend less and save more money. Why do you think some famous I ...
Anawangin Cove is located at Barangay Pundaquit in Zambales, Philippines.
This place is perfect for nature lovers who loves the beach, camping, mountain-climbing, or just simply being outdoor.
Beautiful beach in zambales ANAWANGIN COVE
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PACKAGE INCLUSION :
• Free use of kayak
• Free use of volleyball w/ net
• Free use of Tent / Tables & Chair
• Trekk to hill top of anwagin
• Island hopping to capones Island
Being just a college student, who school-study-home, is too boring (in my opinion) if I'm not going to go on adventure once in a while. And because our semester ended so early than what we expected, my blockmates-friends planned an out of town trip. If I remembered it correctly, my blockmates-friends I was talking about planned to go to Baguio last year but sadly, I didn't pursue it. I don't know. But I really regret not joining them, and because of that, I promised to myself that this year I will come whenever they invited me and wherever it will be. And so it is.
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Its summer again here in the Philippines and I can't help but flip through my Instagram, wondering where to go next. Today, I'm going to walk you through one of my most sulit (a Filipino word used for getting your money's worth out of something) beach escapades island hopping and camping on Anawangin Cove, Zambales.
I remember this trip as that one I almost didn't take. Why, you ask? Well, for one, there's this weird superstition in the Philippines that graduating students should not go on adventurous or dangerous trips because there's a higher risk for accidents. Another reason is more str ...